New Delhi: An earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale struck Myanmar-India border region on Wednesday. The quake hit the region at around 3:47 PM.

Tremors were felt are Dibrugarh East, Dimapur Sadar, Imphal, Nagaon and Silchar.

The epicentre of the quake was located at a latitude of 27.3 degrees north and longitude of 96.9 degrees east and occurred at a depth of 10 KM, said the Indian Meteorological Department.

On November 11, an earthquake with a magnitude measuring 3.2 on the Ritcher scale hit Maharashtra’s Palghar district. No casualties had been reported.